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Welcome to the world of Organic Fertilizers :
 

Vermiculture and its applications are now recognized as one of the best ways to restore soil health. Earthworms are now synonymous with organic farming. Organic inputs help build healthier plants, which naturally discourages attacks from pests. Composting imitates nature’s way to rebuilding soil back by encouraging decomposition of organic substances, but it does so more rapidly because of heat, microbes, and then the worms combine to speed up the process.

Vermicompost technology has been perfected by using surface dwelling species of earthworms. Vermicompost is sustainable supplementary organic fertilizer regenerated by using earthworms.
It also contains plant growth promoters like auxins and cytokinins, enzymes, vitamins and useful microorganisms like bacteria, actinomycetes, protozoans, fungi and others.

Our product contains what is called as worm casting. These are excretions of earthworms, which are biologically active. This means that they contain all kinds of beneficial bacteria, enzymes and manure that are not digested by the earthworms. It is also found that the bacterial population in the casting is much higher than any soil or pre-digested manure. This is due to content called humus. This is a direct output from breakdown of any organic matter. Humus helps hold nutrients like iron, potassium, sulfur calcium, phosphorus, thus keeping them available for plants directly. One of the advantages with worm casting is that they dissolve slowly; this helps retention of nutrients for a longer period of time.

Vermicompost in addition to their use as potting soil can also be used as mulch so that the ground gets the minerals and nutrients directly when watered. This helps your soil become more fertile, and increases its ability to retain its nutrients and minerals longer. Vermicompost is an immediate food for your plant as they tend to dissolve easily when watered. During this process all the minerals and nutrients are absorbed directly by your plant. This directly increases the productivity of your plant.

Vermicompost has excellent water retention ability. They also protect roots from extreme temperature, and reduce erosion. Unlike other fertilizers Vermicompost is totally odorless, this makes them easy to handle and use and your hand will not contain the foul odor for hours after its applications. Since this contains no chemical residue they are not harmful to the human health.

Little Know Friend Earthworms :

During the olden days, earthworms were called farmers best friend. This is due the fact that they help nourish the soil naturally. Earthworms consume biodegradable matter and lay the casting on the soil, which acts as a natural fertilizer. This help in higher yield of crops to the farmer. Earth worms while they move about in the soil leave their passage through which air penetrates and re-vitalize the soil.

Earthworms are also known to fright against some pests. Since the movement of the earthworms is vast they also act as a natural low-level plough. This when the land is not used for agriculture may not be of much consequences but, when the crop is laid, no cow or tractor can plough the soil to aerate, on the other hand this low level plough lets air go through the soil thus helping the crop, which in turn increases yield.

Earthworms are now synonymous with organic farming. Organic inputs help build healthier plants, which naturally discourages attacks from pests. Vermicompost is sustainable supplementary organic fertilizer regenerated by using earthworms.Our product contains what is called as worm casting. This helps your soil become more fertile, and increases its ability to retain its nutrients and minerals longer. This directly increases the productivity of your plant. Vermicompost has excellent water retention ability.

Earthworms consume biodegradable matter and lay the casting on the soil, which acts as a natural fertilizer. This help in higher yield of crops to the farmer. Earth worms while they move about in the soil leave their passage through which air penetrates and re-vitalize the soil.

Why Use Organic Fertilizers?

One advantage of organic fertilizers is that their nutrients are doled out as a steady diet in synch with plant needs. Because the nutrients come from natural sources, a portion of them may be temporarily unavailable to plants until released by a combination of warmth and moisture -- the same conditions plants need to grow. Released slowly, the nutrients from organic fertilizers are unlikely to burn plant roots or be leached away by water. And a single application may last a whole growing season.

You also might choose organic fertilizers for philosophical or environmental reasons. Organic fertilizers generally place fewer demands on energy resources, and they offer opportunities to recycle "garbage."The more concentrated a fertilizer (even an organic one), the less organic matter it contains. Fertilizers containing high concentrations of nitrogen, when used alone, can actually deplete soil organic matter, so if you use any such fertilizer, apply plenty of bulky organic matter, too. Dig materials such as straw, peat, compost, and leaves into the soil, or lay them on as mulch.

Naturally occurring mineral fertilizers are organic in the "not-synthetic" sense, but because they don't contain organic matter, they're not included in this list. Among them are Chilean nitrate, rock phosphate, greensand, and sulfate of potash magnesia.

Organic fertilizer; a rich, well-fed soil is all that most plants need to keep them growing vigorously. Few soils are naturally with organic fertilizer so gardeners can enhance the fertility of their soils by adding organic fertilizer. Not only will organic fertilizer provide a wide array of nutrients to the soil, organic fertilizer will encourage microbial activity, which allows the organic fertilizer to provide nutrients over a longer period of time. Unlike chemical fertilizers, the nutrients in organic fertilizers are less likely to leach away in rainwater.

In the range of organic fertilizers, gardeners are not limited to manure & compost. Although these fertilizers are abundant and easy to find, they can be the source of weed seeds and chicken & steer manure can be contaminated with antibiotics and other agrochemicals used in raising these animals. Alternatively, there are numerous other sources of organic fertilizer including alfalfa meal, canola meal, rock phosphate, bone meal, kelp meal, and greensand. All of these fertilizers are organic and naturally occurring, but it is important to choose the right one for your plants' needs

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